CS100J --> Exams
- What if you have a known university-excused conflict, like a prelim scheduled at the same time? (Plane tickets for
Fall/Thanksgiving/December Breaks do not count.) You must first try rescheduling the event conflicting with the CS100M exam:
- Many courses already offer alternate
- Often the conflicting exam was not officially scheduled, so the CS100M exam takes precedence.
- If you have exhausted other means for rescheduling your conflict, you must contact
Kelly Patwell, assistant to the instructor:
- Two weeks before the exam
- During her office hours
- You might be eligible to take an early prelim offering at 5:45-7:15 pm. Remember: We will allow only university-excused students who follow course policies to take an early exam.
- Exams will be returned during sections. Unclaimed prelims go to Carpenter
by 5pm on the Thursday of the week that they were returned in section. If you feel that the graders have incorrectly graded an
exam and/or you want a clarification of your grade, you must:
- Go to Carpenter Lab.
- Fill out a regrade request form and clearly specify the error.
- Attach the exam to the form.
- Submit the regrade request to a consultant in Carpenter and wait while the consultant logs in your request. Do not simply leave your request on the consultant desk
- Please note the CS100M policies:
- We photocopy a random number of exams after grading. Anyone who submits a modified exam or assignment for regrade will receive a letter grade of F for the course.
- You must submit your request within one week after we return your graded work.
- We regrade the entire submission from scratch, so your grade may go up or down.
- Regrades will be accepted for one week after the papers were returned in section. You can retrieve the regraded material in Carpenter one week after regrade request deadline.
We do not hand back final exams. You can request to see your final exam next semester. Visit 303 Upson beginning the fourth week of the following semester. You must review the exam in 303 Upson and return it to the office staff before leaving. If you believe there is a grading error, fill out a regrade request form and hand it to the staff in 303 Upson. The course instructor will contact you regarding your request.